Fallgirl Stunts

Becoming a professional Stuntwoman was a magnificent manifestation of living my best life, doing the physical activities I love and finding a way to make a career out of being authentically me! Before I even knew that a career as a Stuntwoman was an option for me, I was a gymnast, an athlete, a martial artist, a fitness instructor and an outdoor mountain sports enthusiast. I’ve spent the past 18 years of my career in TV/Film training my fighting, weapons, gymnastics, climbing, biking, wirework, firework, underwater work and driving skills in order to be the best performer I can be to get the job done. I’ve also maintained a well-rounded skill set and a respectable reputation as pretty good at everything, but a master of none. Also, I fall down really good.

20 Years of Falling Down For a Living



2007 was a big year for me in my stunt career. Along with Crystal Dalman and Angela Uyeda, I was nominated for 2 Taurus World Stunt Awards for all our hard work on X-Men 3: The Last Stand. The nominations were for Best Overall Stunt by a Woman and Best Fight. Although we did not receive either award, flying down to LA for the red carpet, the award ceremony and the party that followed, was an amazing experience. It was at that time I felt I could proudly call myself a Professional Stuntwoman in the film and television industry.

Lani Gelera Red Carpet




Lani Gelera is the quintessential Squamish. She hikes, sky-dives, rock climbs, rides bikes – both motorized and self-powered – is a horsewoman and recently took up kiteboarding. She doesn’t mind getting her hands dirty or her whole body, for that matter, and she can take a fall, get up and carry on.


See full article at https://www.squamishchief.com/lifestyles/entertainment/about-a-local-1.2338543

Article May 2007 Province Paper - These stuntwomen crave action